Are Prabhu Deva-Salman re-uniting with 'greater punch' after 7-long-years?

“We have to make sure that our next project together packs in a greater punch,” he added.

Published: 25th July 2016 12:19 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th July 2016 12:19 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Looks like the 'Wanted' duo Salman Khan and Prabhu Deva is set to re-unite after seven-long-years, as the director seems to have got a script with 'greater punch' for Bhai.

According to a DNA report, the 43-year-old director-choreographer said, “When you work with Salman Sir, you can’t just do it just for the heck of it. Or because you have access to his dates. Wanted was a very important film in my career. It marked my debut as director in Bollywood. It was also an important film for Salman Sir.”

“We have to make sure that our next project together packs in a greater punch,” he added.

On a related note, though ‘Wanted’ initiated the new power-packed phase in the ‘Dabangg’ actor’s career, the movie could not work that well.

Where Salman now is busy with his next Kabir Khan project ‘Tubelight,’ Prabhu is concentrating on his acting skills for his upcoming home production, tri-lingual movie ‘Abhinetri.’

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